Box Office Special - Prom Night

Listener's of the podcast are likely aware of my fetishization of the box office returns. To me, there may be no more accurate or equitable a barometer of America's hopes and desires than the weekly box office returns. That may seem an overstatement to some, but consider that no other cultural medium offers the same open market as the wide-release movie.

Aesop Rock - None Shall Pass

Am I the only one that thinks this beat sounds like something Goblin would have come up with for an Argento soundtrack? It's completely eerie, and the song itself slays. Anyone that could come up with the line "Who are we to heart huckabee art fuckery suddenly?" is ok in my book, not to mention the fact that I have a colossal chub for Jeremy Fish's wacky illustrations. Enjoy.

New Podcast Number

Our old account got deleted for some reason, so here's our new number. 206-202-4667. When you call it goes straight to voicemail so you can leave a message for the podcast crew. We then play that message during our next episode.

If anyone has called us in the last month or so, we most likely did not get your message. I didn't want anyone thinking that we were ignoring them! So if you didn't hear your message on the show and still want it heard, please don't hesitate to call us back and leave it again.

The Best Sketches of All-Time

IFC and Nerve.com have pulled together a list of the 50 greatest sketch comedy scenes of all-time. It's, well, pretty great. Jumping off from Eric's Robert Van Winkle post from earlier, I had to embed this gem from In Living Color, which comes in at #38.

Hack-Off: Asian remakes vs European?

The Bloody Good Horror Crew goes at it on a new topic every Friday afternoon, we call it the "Hack-Off". Feel free to leave your own thoughts in the comments.

Which make for better American remakes, European or Asian films?

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